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  • July

    CFS Partners with IUA

    CFS provides access and opportunity for college-bound international students by working with the International University Alliance (IUA). The  is powered by the  and is a consortium of universities that give international students unparalleled support on campus and virtually. 
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  • Church Farm School Statement on Racial Injustice

    "It is difficult and upsetting to witness so much unrest and frustration being voiced not only on the news, but by friends and colleagues troubled and burdened by the throes of systemic injustice, prejudice and oppression. I hurt because these are my friends and family. I hurt also because I love this country and what it can be. I harbor aspirations for it because I love my friends and I definitely want something more for us all, especially for my students and my colleagues as we work so hard to prepare for the future, our future." Read the full statement from our Head of School, The Rev. Edmund K. Sherrill II, on Church Farm School's response to the ongoing issue of racial injustice in our society.
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  • March

    CFS Still Accepting Day Student Applications

    Church Farm School is still accepting applications for day students! If you haven't done so already, learn more about the school by  or new , then to apply!
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  • Sibo Tuyishimire's Inspiring Story

    Sibo Tuyishimire '22, a sophomore who matriculated to Church Farm School this year, was recently featured in the  and on . Sibo grew up in Rwanda, where he lost many siblings to genocide and illness. At just 3 years old, Sibo was diagnosed with cancer and spent many years undergoing treatment in Rwanda and Uganda before Partners in Health brought him to Massachusetts for a bone marrow transplant which saved his life. Now, Sibo is a happy, healthy young man grateful for the many opportunities afforded him, including wrestling for the CFS Griffins, singing in the CFS Choir and sharing his joy with all who come into contact with him.
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  • February

    CFS Launches $15M Campus Modernization Project

    CFS is pleased to announce that its Board of Directors recently approved a $15M plan to modernize the school’s campus; the first part of a multiphase project to advance the school’s mission of educating 180 high-potential young men through its second century. The campus renovation retains the rural and historic charm of Church Farm School’s nationally recognized campus while transforming the academic side of the campus in three main areas.
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  • January

    Sponsor the Church Farm School Gala

    Join us on Friday, May 8, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. at The Baldwin School in Bryn Mawr for an evening of medieval and magical merriment at our 7th annual Gala, “A Night in Griffindor.” Step into a world of wizardry and (dire)wolves and gargoyles and Griffins (the CFS mascot), while celebrating and supporting the accomplishments of 180 CFS “Griffins” which your sponsorship supports. As the Gala is being held at a historic school known for educating strong, independent women, it is only fitting that we honor three women with Church Farm School’s inaugural CFS Medal: Stacey Shreiner Kley, Caroline Buck Rogers and Cannie Crysler Shafer. Learn more here! 
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The Church Farm School is an independent boarding and day school for boys in grades 9-12 located in Exton, PA. Founded in 1918 to provide an excellent education to young men from limited means, Church Farm School now serves boys from a range of socio-economic circumstances who are seeking an extraordinary educational opportunity. The school offers a challenging college preparatory curriculum and an exceptional level of personal attention, with class sizes averaging between just 7 and 12 students.